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Executive Biography of Jenette E. Ramos

Jenette E. Ramos

Jenette E. Ramos
Senior Vice President,
Supply Chain & Operations,
The Boeing Company

Jenette Ramos was named senior vice president, Supply Chain & Operations in June 2017. She is responsible for oversight of the company’s manufacturing operations and supplier management functions, including implementation of advanced manufacturing technologies and global supply chain strategies. She also leads Boeing’s Environment, Health & Safety organization. A member of the Boeing Executive Council, Ramos reports directly to Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg.

A 29-year veteran of The Boeing Company, Ramos has served as vice president and general manager of Boeing Fabrication since April 2014. Fabrication is a worldwide operation of more than 15,000 employees that serves as the largest supplier to Boeing Commercial Airplanes. In this role, Ramos led operations at 12 sites in Australia, Canada, the U.K. and the U.S. that are dedicated to engineering and manufacturing composite, metal, electrical and interior aerospace parts, tools and assemblies.

Prior to her current assignment, Ramos was vice president, Supply Chain Management; vice president, Operations Supply Chain Rate, Supplier Management Capability for Boeing Commercial Airplanes; and director of Business Operations for Boeing Fabrication.

Ramos also served as general manager of Boeing Portland in Gresham, Ore., leading a vertically integrated, world-class manufacturing facility charged with producing large, complex machined structures, flight control actuation systems, gear systems, and pilot controls for all Boeing Commercial Airplane programs.

Prior to her Oregon assignment, Ramos was director of Boeing Fabrication Integrated AeroStructures, a business unit specializing in industry unique airplane component manufacturing. Ramos also held functional responsibilities as director of Safety, Health and Environmental Affairs, where she was responsible for governance and processes at multiple Boeing facilities in the U.S. and Canada. Ramos began her career in 1988 at Boeing’s Renton plant as an environmental engineer in the facilities organization.

A graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program, Ramos also earned a master's degree in business from Seattle Pacific University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington State University.

Ramos is actively involved in the community. She is currently on The Nature Conservancy of Washington Board of Trustees, a Board member of Boeing/IAM Joint Programs and serves as a mentor for the Executive Development Institute. She has held leadership positions in the Boeing Employees Community Fund, the Boeing Management Association, United Way and the Manufacturing 21 Initiative promoting manufacturing in the state of Oregon.

Ramos enjoys spending time with her family outdoors kayaking, sailing, paragliding, biking and skiing.